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Monstera Deliciosa Painting

Graeme Luey

Canada

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 36 W x 72 H x 2 D in

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This piece is part of a series exploring a mixture of flat graphic design work made with computers, and abstract hand made work away from the computer. The series was inspired by tropical houseplants I grow at my apartment in Toronto. The idea that they bring a little bit of the tropics up to Canada as a reminder of warmer times when the weather gets cold here. Paring the image down to just the basic graphic elements is also a comment on how we tend to just see the things that stand out the loudest, and often ignore the little things that make the world work (like stems, soil, etc.) The hope is that the piece gives the viewer a warm, calm feeling, and with the raw canvas it's painted on, add a bit of a comfortable natural feel to the room it's placed in.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:36 W x 72 H x 2 D in

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"My artwork focus is multifaceted. Having been schooled formally in graphic design, I have a fondness for clean, crisp lines, typography, and flat colour. This side of my artwork results in digital illustration, and text based art. On the flip side, because of that training, and large amount of time spent on the computer, it’s forced me away from that, to create handmade objects free from computer screens. Over the past few years my art has been shifting from digital illustration, to collage, to crafting using upcycled materials such as recycled canvas, magazines, and clothing. Getting away from machines has resulted in art that has a more direct human touch, and feel to it which I find holds a different kind of energy for the viewer. With so much waste in the world, upcycling materials when possible is important in my practice to give new life to objects in a unique way. I feel like if there’s a way to make use of those materials at least in part, it should be encouraged, so I do. The idea of seeing the same thing in more than one way is also intriguing to me, and double meanings play a role in much of my work. The combination of art and design is also something I experiment with regularly. Pattern, repetition, colour theory, and typography play a large part in my art, and help give a unified feel to the pieces. I’ve also been exploring the use of neon lighting which uses computer generated design elements, and combines them with a physical, handmade product." Graeme is based out of Toronto, Canada, and has shown, and sold work worldwide since 2005.

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